This is the fourth in our series of poems about East Anglia to mark National Poetry Day on 7th October. It is a response to the great fire which devastated Norwich “England’s chief ornament” in 1507 John Skelton was a clergyman born in Diss, where he was Rector for 30 years. He was tutor to […]
On Sunday, over fifty people gathered to celebrate the friendship between Norwich and its German twin city, Koblenz.
Open letter to North Norfolk MP Duncan Baker: “Surely it should be a criminal offence to encourage and help people to avoid paying taxes the government imposes and relies upon in order to fund public services, defence and policing?”
Heritage Open Days (HOD) is billed by the organisation that coordinates it as “England’s largest festival of history and culture, bringing together over 2,000 local people and organisations, and thousands of volunteers.”
Many of the tunes sung to hymns in Christian churches are named after places. The reason for the naming sometimes yields an interesting story — as here, with the tune ‘King’s Lynn’.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn, like others in the region, was built using concrete with an expiry date, and it’s past.
We all make mistakes, especially when we are young. So it is really encouraging to see someone take the decision to climb back on the ladder. That’s what Liam is doing. I met him when he came to help install my heat pump on his first day in a new job
The airline industry is one of those most severely hit by Covid. Worldwide, the number of commercial flights fell by two thirds. Covid has hit Norwich as hard as anywhere.
New figures have revealed that Suffolk and Norfolk have the highest primary school suspension rates in the country.
The Tories went into last Thursday’s by-election holding a majority of 256 votes over Labour, with the Liberal Democrats third. But in this election the Liberal Democrat candidate, local man Rob Colwell, leapfrogged the other parties to win with 648 votes.